After stopping by Williams’ home on Tuesday morning, the day after his suicide, Spencer returned to her nearby house around 4:30 p.m.
Her Prius had been parked outside his home in the hours after his death Monday.
Spencer looked drawn and disturbed. Marin County Lt. Keith Boyd said the assistant was “distraught” when she called 9-1-1 on Monday morning after finding Williams’ body.
Friends had gathered at her home to support her.
Others left cards and bouquets on the porch.
She posted a loving tribute to her time with Williams on her public Facebook page Tuesday.
Friends called her “the wind beneath his wings.”
Another said Spencer “did the best he could have asked for.”
She discovered Williams’ body, clothed and with a belt around his neck, around 11:55 a.m. Monday morning.